Angstrom Gravitas is a high viscosity silicone lube that utilizes micro-friction of two nano-scale compounds to achieve unparalleled levels of smoothness and controllability. Gravitas is designed to be super long lasting, and retain smoothness far longer than traditional unmodified silicones.
- 5 cc container of Angstrom Gravitas
- Medical grade micro-brush applicator
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Please note that some new cubes when being used for the first few times may experience what is termed a "pop". This is when one or more parts of a puzzle pop out without any damage actually being done to any of the pieces. This also occurs from time to time during normal usage. Pops are typically not considered a defect if the parts which come off can be reassembled by hand.
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No lie, it looks like glue I used as kid in school. It’s thick, white, but very liquid-y. I got it paired with Dignitas and the the differences are striking. Dignitas, is thick and barely moves in the container and Gravitas will complete spill out of your don’t have it level. So warning, OPEN IT CAREFULLY, IT WILL SPILL! That being said, I’m new to the lube sans my first go at it I used too much. I can barely do a decent turn. I cleaned up my cube and reapplied a smaller about and worked it it. It’s thick, but once you work it in it’s a solid lube that seems like it will last a long time. I’d haven’t yet but I’m probably going to add some DNM-30 to get it really going. Over all, I like this lube and will probably use it for my bigger puzzles.
I love smooth big cubes, definetly recommend it for big cubes. I put it on my shengshou tank 5x5 and my mfjs 4x4. Mixed it with adheron lite, and a bit of dnm.
i put this in my gan 11 with dignitas and i love it. i recommend buying the bundle, not just gravitas unless you already have dignitas
I just received this lube today and I've got to say it is really good. I got the Dignitas and gravitas lube bundle and out of the 2 lubes Gravitas is my favorite. I do not like Dignitas that much because it did not give the cushioning feeling. I think that was due to lack of break-in, so I would like to know how many solves it takes to break in Dignitas. Back to the gravitas I when you first put it on the tracks and start to turn it starts to get really heavy, then with break-in it gives this really satisfying sandy smoothness to it.
This has become my favorite lube. I sues it all of my setups, whether it’s based off of celeritas, regular angstrom, or a mixture of other lubes, I always put gravitas on the tracks, break it in, and then ad my other pieces after, (except when using celeritas, make sure your cube cube is dry and unlubed before putting in reagent a, then b, then your other lubes) and it works like wonders. Always the first lube I reach out to for setups. 10/10 would recommend. Get the bundle thoug, you pay 2 more bucks for dignitas which is pretty good as well. All you need to set up cubes well is dignitas, gravitas, dnm, and some weight 5 for the core. You can use dignitas in the Core as well I heard, but I haven’t tried it yet.
Overall the lube is gummy at first, but then gives a smooth controllable feeling without the gumminess after breakin and setup. It’s really good.
First impression after putting this lube in is that I thought I put glue in the cube by mistake. Initially much harder to turn. For the first ten solves or so, I had to give up finger tricks and go back to wrist turns. But once it's broken in, it is very smooth. I will probably have to use less of it in future applications and avoid it on big cubes.
Perfect for my GAN 11 and Dayan Tengyun V2. Absolutly main worthy material.
This has become my main lube over the last couple months. I use it on the foot of the pieces and apply a very little amount to the sides of the pieces. It's smooth and lasts awhile due to its viscosity. If you add too much your cube will be gummy, but you can easily clean it out and try again or solve it until it wears off a bit. When you find the right amount for your cube you won't need any other lube. If I feel like I need a little more speed I'll add a couple drops of cubicle speedy, but that's it.
I like setting up my own cubes at home and this is one of my favourite lubes. One of my favourite setups is the Angstrom mix of Gravitas, Dignitas, Black, and DNM. I put Gravitas on the foot of one edge, Dignitas on the large sides of the edge where it touches the corner pieces, and then a couple of drops of DNM when it's all assembled. The first time you do this it will be pretty disappointing because your cube will be super gummy to the point where it's hard to turn. Just give it a bunch of solves or spam some algs for 10 minutes and you'll have a puzzle with smoothness and control like nothing you've tried before. I highly recommend this lube to anyone who's looking to step their setup game to a whole new level.
I'd only put gravitas on the tracks of 1 edge piece, and dignitas on the side of 1 edge. At first, the cube gets super gummy and slow and kind of grainy. It is super hard to turn when you first put it in. Don't put in any other lube at this stage until you break everything in. You'll have to sit down and do about 100 solves before it fully breaks in and starts to become a lot less grainy and super smooth. At this point it is still pretty slow, so add Speedy or DNM 37 to speed it up to your liking. Don't be turned off at first by how slow everything gets, because it will break in eventaully. Just don't add it on more than 1 edge piece. The more you add the slower it will be and the longer it will take to break in.